Fifty years ago, Daniel Ellsberg leaked classified information about U.S. policy in Vietnam to the press. We listen back to archival interviews with Ellsberg and Ben Bradlee of The Washington Post.

How The Pentagon Papers Changed Public Perception Of The War In Vietnam

By Terry Gross NPR
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